Telangana MP list 2019 – Telangana Lok Sabha members & seats : Telangana as new states have been established on June 2, 2014, after many years of efforts and agitation.

K Chandrasekhar Rao, President of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), who had been struggled for years to make Telangana a separate state, became the first Chief Minister of this state. Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao became the first CM on 2 June 2014 and again on 13 December 2018 he was elected as the Chief Minister for the second time.

About 84 percent of the population in Telangana is Hindus, 12.4 percent Muslims and 3.2 percent Sikhs, Christians and people of other religions. In Telangana, 76 percent people are Telugu speakers. 12 percent people speak Urdu and 12 percent other languages. Telangana is bordered by Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.

Telangana MP list

At the time of the formation of the state, 10 out of 23 districts of Andhra Pradesh came to Telangana. These were: Hyderabad, Adilabad, Khammam, Karimnagar, Mahbubnagar, Medak, Nalgonda, Nizamabad, Rangareddy and Warangal. This region received 119 seats out of 294 of Andhra Pradesh and 17 out of 42 Lok Sabha seats.

In October 2016, the new state reorganized these original 10 districts and by creating 21 new districts, the total number of districts in the state is now 31. Two new districts were created on February 17, 2019. Now the districts in the state are as follows:

List of Districts of Telengana

1. Adilabad
2. Bhadraudri Kothagudam
3. City-wise
4. Hyderabad
5. Jadadri Bhubanagari
6. Jagitayal
7. Jangaon
8. Jayashankar bhupalapalli
9. Jogulamba Gadhwal
10. Kamareddy
11. Karimnagar
12. Khammam
13. Komaram Bhima Asifabad
14. Mahbubnagar
15. Mahibubabad
16. Mancherial
17. Medak
18. Medchal
19. Nalgonda
20. Nizamabad
21. Pedapalli
22. Rajanna Sirsilla
23. Rangareddy
24. Sangareddy
25. Siddipet
26. Soft
27. Sunupet
28. Vanaparti
29. Vikarabad
30. Warangal (Rural)
31. Warangal (urban)

List of Telangana MP seats

1. Adilabad
2. Bhongir
3. Chevella
4. Hyderabad
5. Karimnagar
6. Khammam
7. Mahabubabad
8. Mahbubnagar
9. Malkajgiri
10. Medak
11. Nagarkurnool
12. Nalgonda
13. Nizamabad
14. Peddapalle
15. Secunderabad
16. Warangal
17. Zahirabad
Telengana has total 17 MP seats

Telangana MP list 2019 – List of candidates of NDA & UPA from Telangana Lok Sabha seats
SlTelangana MP seats – 17NDA CandidatesPartyUPA CandidatesPartyElec. DatePhase
1AdilabadSoyam Babu RaoBJPRamesh RathodINC11-04-191
2BhongirP V Shamsunder RaoBJPKomatireddy Venkat ReddyINC11-04-191
3ChevellaB. Janardhan ReddyBJPKonda Vishveshwar ReddyINC11-04-191
4HyderabadDr. Bhagwanth RaoBJPFiroz KhanINC11-04-191
5KarimnagarBandi SanjayBJPPonnam PrabhakarINC11-04-191
6KhammamVasudev RaoBJPRenuka ChoudharyINC11-04-191
7MahabubabadJatothu Hussain NaikBJPPorika Balram NaikINC11-04-191
8MahbubnagarSmt. D K ArunaBJPDr Ch Vamshichand ReddyINC11-04-191
9MalkagiriN Ramchandra RaoBJPA Revanth ReddyINC11-04-191
10MedakRaghunanadan RaoBJPGali Anil KumarINC11-04-191
11NagarkurnoolKum. Bangaru ShruthiBJPDr Mallu RaviINC11-04-191
12NalgondaGarlapati Jithender KumarBJPN Uttam Kumar ReddyINC11-04-191
13NizamabadD. AravindBJPMadhu Yashki GoudINC11-04-191
14PeddapalleS. KumarBJPA Chandra SekharINC11-04-191
15SecunderabadG Kishan ReddyBJPM Anjan Kumar YadavINC11-04-191
16WarangalChinta SambamurthyBJPDommati SambaiahINC11-04-191
17ZahirabadBanala Laxma ReddyBJPK Madan Mohan RaoINC11-04-191

List of winner MP from Telangana Lok Sabha seats – 2019

SLConstituencyWinnerParty
1AdilabadSoyam Bapu RaoBJP
2BhongirKomati ReddyINC
3ChelvellaG Ranjith ReddyTRS
4HyderabadAsaduddin OwaisiAIMIM
5KarimnagarBandi Sanjay KumarBJP
6KhammamNama Nageswr RaoTRS
7MahabubabadKavitha MalothuTRS
8MahabubnagarManne Srinivas ReddyTRS
9MalkajgiriAR ReddyINC
10MedakKotha Prabhakar ReddyTRS
11NagarkurnoolPothuganti RamuluTRS
12NalgondaUttam KumarINC
13NizamabadArvind DharmapuriBJP
14PeddapalleVN BorlakuntaTRS
15SecunderabadKishan ReddyBJP
16WarangalDayakar PasunooriTRS
17ZahirabadB B PatilTRS

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